The 1975 Release Colorful Parody Video for "Love Me"Frontman Matthew Healy says, “With 'Love Me' we wanted to capture the neon-hued enthralling acquisition of success and excess, the screaming momentum, the sexy daze."
The 1975 Share New Track 'Love Me'The track is the debut single from their sophomore album which is expected in early 2016.
Interview: The 1975's Matt Healy Already Working On Next Record, Writing for One DirectionIn Healy's opinion, The 1975's honesty and unabashed pop sensibilities are what drew fans to them. And in the end, has given them the freedom to be the band they've always wanted to be.
Neci's Remix Recruits Check this chill remix Neci found of The 1975's 'Chocolate.'
Valentine's Day Mix All week long Neci's been collecting your suggestions for our HFS Valentine's Day Mix. We had to narrow it down to a Top 10 (with a few honorable mentions). See if your song made the cut.
Governors Ball 2014 Lineup Led by Jack White, Vampire Weekend, The StrokesThis June 6-9 we hope and pray for no rain, as we get a huge bill which includes Interpol, Foster the People, J. Cole, The 1975, Sleigh Bells and Tyler the Creator.
Night 3 of the HFSmas Nutcracker featuring NONONO, MS MR, The 1975 and Twenty One PilotsCheck out photos from the sold-out third night of the HFSmas Nutcracker featuring interviews with MS MR, performances, fan photos and more.
The HFSmas Nutcracker Is Back - Four Nights, 12 BandsHFS at 97.5 presents the return of a big holiday tradition…THE HFSmas NUTCRACKER! Four nights…twelve bands…at Rams Head Live! Click through to get tickets and all the details.
Matt Healy Of The 1975 On America, Cheesesteaks & Dark Boy BandsMatt Healy, singer & founding member of the the band The 1975 dropped by HFS at 97.5 to talk with Neci.
The 1975 Cover One Directions' 'What Makes You Beautiful.' Why?One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" is a confidence-boosting pop song, but in the very capable hands of The 1975 it becomes a sexy slow jam.
The 1975 Takes Cues From John Hughes For Debut"We're massive fans of John Hughes," Matty Healy confessed. "We wanted to make a record that was almost a soundtrack to our teenage years. If he made a movie about us this would be the soundtrack."